Distance Learning Writing Prompts Google Classroom | Narrative Writing
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This digital activity in Google Slides focuses on 5 different types of writing and skills. Students will be engaged in 11 different slides, inserting images and text to show what they've been doing at home since distance learning has started. Each slide contains writing prompts that can be customized before giving to students. Students will share what they've been reading, who they've been spending time with, what they've been learning at home, their favorite thing they've played, and more.
Throughout the Slides, students will practice:
- Personal narrative writing
- Informational writing
- Opinion writing
- How-To writing
- Creating a list
- Checking the weather
- Telling if a book they read is fiction (+ creating a story map) or nonfiction (+ summarizing what they've read)
- Reviewing adjectives
All of the instructions I’ve written in each text box can be changed, so if you have special directions you want your students to follow for their writing, you can add them. For instance, for the personal narrative slide, you might want to include the words hook, lead, add dialogue and description, etc. You’re able to customize the directions to best match your class and the lingo you use.
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The 11 Slides Include:
- Cover to personalize
- What I Miss About School
- The Best Thing I've Played
- What I've Been Reading
- Who I've Been Spending Time With
- The Most Exciting Thing That's Happened
- What I've Learned About
- 5 Words To Describe How I'm Feeling
- If I Could Go Anywhere...
- The Weather Forecast
- What I've Been Eating
Also included is a step-by-step video showing you how to assign this activity in Google Classroom.
This activity is great for students who are just starting to use Google Slides and also those already Google Slides savvy.
• Text boxes have already been created so students know where to type
• All shapes are locked down
• Image icons show students where to insert images
*NOTE: When you purchase this product, the license can be used for one classroom, not an entire grade level or school. Please purchase multiple licenses if it will be used by more than one teacher. Thank you.
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